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The time had been, when my speaking to her in that way would have brought the tears into her eyes.
She was in no condition to understand the caution against speaking to him in private, which Mr.
No," she said, going on with her sweeping, and speaking to herself; "I know a better way of relieving my mind than that.
WASHINGTON, June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In 2012, 44 percent of the foreign-born population age 5 and older who arrived in the United States in 2000 or later reported high English-language speaking ability, according to a U.
The learner's pre-test and post-test results indicated little linguistic gain in vocabulary and speaking from his 16-day experience.
And, just in case a prophet should be filled with delusions of grandeur and start speaking on his own, God has a warning: "But any prophet who speaks in the name of other gods, or who presumes to speak in my name a word that I have not commanded the prophet to speak--that prophet shall die.
If you click on the far right icon (Speak On Enter), you'll see it: Each click on it toggles the speaking function on or off.
Users can dictate into a Naturally Speaking window, or into any of the major word processors (for example, Microsoft Word).
Improved foreign language teaching and learning will result in better communication, greater job opportunities and improved trade among the English, Spanish and French speaking Caribbean countries.
In relation to the value of context and intent, Derrida states that "one of [the] essential elements [is] the conscious presence of the intention of the speaking subject for the totality of his locutory acts.
How important are public speaking classes for authors?